skySky has unveiled its forthcoming new Anytime+ service, which will offer Sky subscribers an archive of on-demand movies and TV content over a broadband connection.
At a press briefing today in London, Sky’s head of TV services Kathryn Downward said that Anytime+ marks an “evolution not a revolution” of Sky’s TV offering.

The service will essentially feature a library of content delivered over broadband rather than satellite. When it launches later in the year, Anytime+ will offer around 1,000 hours of content from Sky Arts, Sky Movies, Sky1 and Sky Sports, along with material from other broadcasters, such as ESPN and National Geographic. A “key focus” for the service will be movies, with around 500 being made available at launch.

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